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I know how I can make the conditional formatting based on one selection, but I have an issue with multiple selections.

I have a City dropdown column with three options: Test, Test1, Test3. My other column is FirstName. If users select either Test or Test 1, the FirstName column should be mandatory.

The below formula works with only one selection:

=IF([City]="Test",IF(ISBLANK([FirstName]),FALSE,TRUE),TRUE)
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  • Did you enable multiple selection on City column? Mar 10, 2022 at 6:57

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This is a known limitation of SharePoint.

You cannot use multiple selection choice column in list validation or calculated column formulas.

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